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    Default Re: There goes the universe...

    Quote Originally Posted by Henry X View Post
    Better this than the Heat Death of the Universe.
    I have to agree. Although if humans live to see it happen, I'd imagine we'd have the tech to cross over into the other universe (providing it can support life) before we're all crushed or whatever.

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    The Heat Death of the Universe? hmm nah That’s only the “whimper” Personally I’m much more worried about proton decay.

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    Default Re: There goes the universe...

    IF proton decay exists, yeah that's my concern, but it wont happen for 10^10^220th years or something like that.

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    Best thing we can do to prepare for this is a wormhole right?

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    Default Re: There goes the universe...

    Well, in theory you could create a wormhole to go into the next universe, but to do it would take all of the energy in this universe.

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    wormhole is impossible. Creating a white hole is improbable

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    I'm a complete tool when it comes to physics, but I was wondering if this has any similarities with the big crunch, in particular it being a cyclical event.
    Last edited by Godfrey I of Leuven; March 17, 2013 at 07:48 AM.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_v..._of_the_vacuum
    http://pubdb.desy.de/fulltext/getful...id=23383-59716

    Not really. Basically, (if this were the case) the vacuum within this universe wouldn't be the most stable configuration. This would then lead to it's collapse into a more stable vacuum state.
    Last edited by Jack04; March 17, 2013 at 03:39 PM.

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